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TRAC Ecological adds U.S. dealers


Ft. Lauderdale-based TRAC Ecological expanded its vessel services network with the certification of five new servicing dealers in Massachusetts, New Jersey and Washington.

In Massachusetts, Diesel Smith of Harwich joins TRAC’s vessel service network as well as offering customers the option of purchasing TRAC products directly.

TRAC’s New Jersey network expands with three dealers offering TRAC flushing service and TRAC product sales: Hoffman’s Marina in Brielle, Raritan Marina in Laurence Harbor, and Shark River Yacht Club in Neptune.

Finally, Gig Harbor Marina & Boatyard joins TRAC’s network in Washington by offering its customers TRAC flushing services.

Vessel servicing dealers certified by TRAC Ecological have been trained to clean onboard internal water systems using TRAC Barnacle Buster, a non-toxic and biodegradable marine growth remover specifically formulated for cleaning seawater-cooled equipment. Barnacle Buster can be re-circulated through seawater cooling systems, dissolving barnacles, zebra mussels, calcium, rust, lime and all other mineral deposits.

Most services can be completed onboard in as quickly as one day and, in some cases, the equipment doesn’t need to be taken offline while the cleaning is under way.

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